Our Fashion Wins From The Grammy’s Go To

The 2017 Grammys Red Carpet was filled with show stopping gowns worn by some of our favorite entertainers.  Tons of inspiration was drawn from the fashion presentation at this year’s Grammy Awards in the heart of Los Angeles, California.  We saw gowns that could work for so many of our bridal needs, from Mother of the Bride to the Bride herself, the statement styles told such a vivid story.

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Solange Knowles stunned in this metallic fashion forward gown.  The style guru wore a pleated Gucci gown with Maryam Nassir Zadeh shoes.  This trend driven style would be ideal for a fashionista’s rehearsal dinner; a flawless eye catching piece.
 
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Diana Gordon was stunning in her black off the shoulder gown.  Rocking the trend that continues to lead the scene, the ‘secret shoulder’ with an added tie detail, the songstress’ gown would be a classic formal engagement party piece.
 
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Paris Jackson left a strong visual impact in a striking Balmain frock.  This chic jumpsuit would stun at any destination wedding festivity.  The sequined boho number evokes a sense of sexiness perfect for an exotic beach wedding.
 
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Jennifer Lopez in Ralph & Russo.  JLO graced this year’s Grammy Red Carpet with such grace and elegance.  The lilac silk beauty is fitting for a bride’s beach wedding reception dress.  Or if you want your bridesmaids to shine, this could be a lovely option for the bridal gals.
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Ms. Celine Dion brought sleek sexy vibes to the carpet in an  emerald green Zuhair Murad gown with impeccable detail; from the plunging neckline to the thigh high slit to the embellished bow that adorned the gown.  The 80’s accent shoulder gives the dress a nice edge. What some may have thought was an update to JLO’s infamous green Versace gown, this gem {be it with or without the jeweled bow, all based on preference} is the optimal choice for the confident, fashionable bride.
Rashida Meggett
Rashida Meggett is a New York-based Fashion Stylist, Market Editor & Brand/Image Consultant. Since beginning her career in 2006 as a styling intern, Rashida has assisted innumerable stylists to gain reputable behind the scenes knowledge of working on sets; from photos, to television, to video and commercial. The experiences were unparalleled.

After her many successes as a Fashion Assistant with Stylewise she transitioned into the Wardrobe Stylist role for The Miss Universe Organization. Under the Fashion Director, she was responsible for providing the wardrobe for Miss Universe, Miss USA, and Miss Teen USA. Her responsibilities didn’t stop there. She prepared and styled the pageant winners for Elle, People and People Latina Magazines.

With her many lucrative experiences, it was time for Rashida to branch out on her own, creating her new styling and consulting brand, IAMStyle. She continues to stay on the pulse of fashion, receiving the auspicious role of stylist for the cover GQ South Africa, a photo spread for Harper’s Bazaar India, and Highlights Magazines. She continued to be the go-to for advertisements after being contracted to style Citizen’s Watches, Mandees, and Annie Sez. She has offered her fashion and brand consulting expertise to JSONG International styling their look books, editorial and NYFW runway shows. She has lent her talents to World Bride Magazine as a fashion and market editor. And has most recently embarked on a journey into E-commerce, styling for Loehmanns.com and currently acts as Senior Stylist for YooxNet-a-Porter Group.

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